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Computer Systems and Cyber Security

Designed specifically for students doing Higher Education


Welcome to the Box Hill Institute Library's Computer Systems and Cyber Security LibGuide your gateway to the resources available for you from the Library, or online. This information has been designed specifically to support students doing Higher Education at Box Hill Institute, and may also be of interest to those doing other ICT courses.

Most of the books are located at Nelson Campus Library: Room G046, Ground Floor, Building B10, Box Hill. Items can be borrowed from and returned to any campus. Some ICT are in the City Campus Library: Room 222, Level 2, Building C1, City.

If you need more assistance, Library staff are here to help. Call into the library, phone or send an email.


Introduction to ICT Resources

This presentation introduces you to the Library Website, Databases, LibGuides and the Discovery catalogue. It is specifically for ICT teachers and students and only covers ICT material.

New books

Library Instructional Videos

Library staff have created a number of videos to help you to use the library and its resources effectively. 

Using the library catalogue

Placing a hold

Renewing your loans

Using the discovery catalogue

Using electronic resources

Doing a basic search in Academic search premier (Please email library if currently off-line and you wish to view)

Accessing LibGuides

Using Online resources

Using the library

Accessing resources from other libraries

Using the self checker

Box Hill Institute acknowledges that all of our learning sites are situated on the ancestral lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations and pays respects to the traditional custodians and their elders past, present and emerging.
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